Orcas supports Named Instances of SQL Server. In VS 2005 we only supported default instance of SQL Server this was a major pain point for customers using SQL farms. We fixed this in Orcas and now you can use named instances of SQL. This post is about how to upgrade from VS 2005 TFS using default instance to Orcas using Named Instances.
As I mentioned in my last post related to Upgrade. We want you to make sure you have a working Whidbey before trying to upgrade to Orcas. We don't want you to change the configuration of the server.
The steps to upgrade are as follows.
Now you should have your TFS configuration ready to go. You can also refer to Renaming TFS Server topic.